The Haas UMC-1500-DUO is like having two machines in one: a powerful 5-axis universal machining centre, and a versatile 3-axis vertical machining centre. We’ve taken our industry-leading UMC-750 universal machining center, expanded its X-axis travel, and added a stationary 813 mm x 457 mm T-slot table next to the dual-axis trunnion.

Use the stationary table to set up workholding for first operations – like cutting dovetails on your 5-axis material – or to machine the 6th side of your completed 5-axis parts. Or, because the stationary table and trunnion platter (at B0) are at the same height, you can fixture parts across both, and use the machine’s full X-axis travel to machine long parts.

  • 5-axis simultaneous machining
  • Powerful inline direct-drive spindle
  • Dual-axis trunnion table
  • Stationary 813 mm x 457 mm T-slot table
  • Includes Wireless Intuitive Probing System
  • Made in the USA

The UMC-1500-DUO features a large 813 mm x 457 mm stationary T-slot table on the left that allows rigid setups for heavy material removal operations, using industry-standard table vises. There is enough room on the table to accommodate one or two 152 mm vices. The stationary table is also perfect for setting up first operations – like cutting dovetails on your 5-axis material – or for machining the 6th side of your completed 5-axis parts

The integrated dual-axis trunnion on the right has a 500 mm diameter platter that features standard T-slots and a precision pilot bore for fixturing versatility. The trunnion provides +120 and -35 degrees of tilt and 360 degrees of rotation for high-quality, accurate 3+2 or full 5-axis simultaneous machining work.

See our verticals in action

Haas VF-2SS & HRC210 Demo

This demo was designed to show off the higher spindle speed and rapids of the VF-2SS and the quickness of the HRC210. 

You can also see in-process probing for part location and feature inspection using the Haas WIPS system.

VF-4 and TR200Y - Cutting Demo

Watch as our VF-4 mill joins forces with our TR200Y 5-Axis trunnion rotary table to put features on 5 sides of this block.

Check out our VF-4 mill here:

And check out the TR200Y rotary table here:

How We Build VMCs Today

Back in the late 1980s we started building our first VMC, the VF-1. 

Today, our process is finely tuned and extremely efficient for a machine that is still hand built to a great extent. Take a look at how we build the same VF that may be sitting on your shop floor not too long from now.

Display Pictures and Videos on Your Haas Control Using M130

Mark shows off the powerful new Haas M130 Media Display feature. By commanding an M130, you can display setup sheets, tool lists, work instructions, and even videos – all within your program.